Trade/Area of expertise: Electrician
Years of experience: 10 years
Favorite tool: Side cutters
Say hello to Chris Lozano, our video chat Expert who can help you with your home's electrical needs. As a Master Electrician with 10+ years’ experience, Chris has mastered the art of providing efficient and reliable service to our members.
What sets Chris apart? Honesty and integrity are his top values, and he always ensures these principles guide his everyday interactions. Chris also prides himself in being resourceful. No solution is too over the top to get the job done. Just check out his final Q&A response at the bottom of this page!
So, if you’re looking for help with your home’s electrical needs, hop on a video chat with one of our highly-trained Experts, like Chris.
My favorite part is the satisfaction from the homeowner at the end of the project—whether it’s getting their power back on during the coldest day of the year or installing new lighting in their living room.
Professionally, I enjoy leveraging new technology to provide solutions to homeowners all over the country. Personally, working from home has been great for creating more quality time with my family!
Do not rush the process! Take your time and stick to your vision. That might mean redoing something, but at the end of the day, it won’t be the last time you DIY—so use that opportunity to learn and build confidence in the fact that YOU can do it. I was a DIYer at one point!
The number one priority is a clean and tidy workspace. A messy area is a great place to get hurt and break things.
LOL. Green is my favorite color, but my wife digs the orange.
Doing something the right way the first time is always going to be cheaper!
I have had the opportunity to experience a lot of highs in my career. But the one that stands out the most to me is when I started my own business. The fact that people invite me into their home and trust me to fix their issues has been very satisfying.
During a wire pull on some very big cable, my team was trying to physically reposition the wire to fall into some electrical equipment. I was able to step back and assess the situation. I suggested using pull ropes to tie a mare’s head on the cable. Then, I used a machine nearby to lift and drop the wire in with the help of just one other guy. Everyone was very happy they did not have to muscle it anymore.